Ridley Cooper is on a mission.
And if there’s one thing he’s good at, it’s getting what he wants.
What’s he not so good at?
Being a husband. At least that’s what his wife would say.
For most of my life I’ve been focused on one goal. Making a name for myself and building a business from the ground up. I’m a hard-working man, confident in my trade and quite frankly pretty awesome if you ask me. Sure, I make mistakes, you’ll see, but I think my dedication helps me out here. It’s the devoted work ethic that has me following through with anything thrown my way.
That being said, my wife of the last eight years served me with a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.
Believe me, I’m shocked too.
She’s under the impression I don’t care.
I know what you’re thinking, what the hell did I do?
Let’s not judge me yet until you know the whole story.
The way I see it, in the state of Arizona, I have approximately 60 days to make her fall back in love with me.
Easy enough, right?
You’ve clearly never met Madison.
- Original Title:Bad Husband
- Author:Shey Stahl
- Rating:8.18 / 10
- Publisher:Published December 15th 2016
I think with any story, there’s a beginning, a middle, and the end.
And just so we’re clear, we’re at the end. Right now. Or at least, in many ways, it feels that way with the way my heart wants to jump out of my chest and into my brain, a place it’s never been. Believe me, the two are seldom on speaking terms. One leads, the other follows at will like a lost puppy trying to find his way.
You see that guy standing there, staring at a stack of papers in his hand? The confused one.
No, not Brantley. He’s reading instructions to the framing nail gun our trainee jammed earlier today and then managed to shoot himself in the foot with. How is beyond me, unless he was doing it purposely. If you’ve ever met Trey, you’d totally understand how that’s possible.
I’m confusing you, aren’t I?
Welcome to my current situation.
Take a look around the framed house to the ki...